JNUC Code of Conduct

Jamf strives to create a respectful, engaging environment at JNUC where everyone feels comfortable learning and networking with others in the Apple IT community. We know you want that too. That’s why we expect all JNUC participants – including attendees, speakers, volunteers, sponsors and other guests – to help us in this effort by following this Code of Conduct (“Code”). This Code applies to your actions while at JNUC events and in related online communities and social media posts about JNUC.

Quick Take

We expect all attendees, sponsors, speakers and volunteers at JNUC to act in a respectful and responsible way. Be good to one another. Use good judgement. We will not tolerate harassment or discrimination in any form. JNUC participants who violate this Code may be asked to leave the conference without a refund.

More Details

Foster Collaboration and Inclusivity. Jamf wants all attendees to feel welcome at JNUC. For years, Apple IT administrators have gathered to share ideas that make their lives easier, learn from each other and have fun. Let’s continue that tradition by engaging in respectful discussions, providing constructive feedback and avoiding aggressively pushing your own causes, products or services.

Harassment is Prohibited. We expect JNUC to be a positive, inclusive conference where people are treated with decency and respect, free from discrimination and harassment.

Harassment and discrimination in any form will not be tolerated at JNUC. Harassment is any unwelcome conduct that denigrates or shows hostility or aversion toward an individual because of their gender, gender identity or expression, family status, age, disability, race, color, religion, pregnancy, national origin, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law. Examples of harassment include offensive comments, threats, demands, intimidation, public display of sexualized images, stalking, harassing photography or recording, and prolonged and intentional disruptions of speakers/events. Sexual harassment is a specific form of harassment that encompasses unwelcome sexual advances, unwelcome physical and/or verbal contact of a sexual nature, or any offensive remarks about a person’s sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation.

Mind your Manners. Remember what your parents always said: be on your best behavior! Respect people’s boundaries, don’t drink excessively or be disruptive, be mindful of your surroundings and look out for one another.

Respect Confidentiality. JNUC includes product demos, workflows and implementations from both Jamf experts and those of our clients and partners, who attend to share best practices. It may also include previews of upcoming functionality and features. We may discuss ideas or projects that are not in market yet. Please use your discretion and do not share any ideas that the speaker has identified as confidential. Respect confidentiality requests by both speakers and other attendees and, when in doubt, err on the side of confidentiality.

Photographs and Video. We know you are going to experience a ton of things at JNUC that you will want to capture with a photo or video. We want you to do that and share them. However, please be mindful that you don’t capture confidential information and that it’s cool with a person before you take their picture.

Jamf also wants to capture the great atmosphere at JNUC with photos and videos. You agree that Jamf may photograph or take video of you and that Jamf has the right to use your recorded image and/or voice in promotional videos for Jamf/JNUC.

Reporting an Incident

If you see behavior that you think violates this Code, whether you see it happening to someone else or it is directed at you, please report it. You can talk to a Jamf representative at JNUC, submit an email report via compliance@jamf.com or, if you’d prefer to report the incident anonymously, contact Lighthouse Services, our confidential third-party reporting hotline via email at reports@lighthouse-services.com or by phone:

English speaking USA and Canada: (855) 840-0070
Spanish speaking North America: (800) 216-1288

Jamf is committed to promptly investigating all reported incidents with discretion. Jamf reserves the right to remove individuals who are found to have violated this Code from JNUC without refund and prohibit them from attending future JNUC events.

Need Help?

Please contact jnuchelp@jamf.com if you have any questions regarding the Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC) or this Code.

Updated June 2019